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Ben Carson Reveals Stabbing Incident That Changed His Life (Author Interview)

AUTHOR INTERVIEW WITH BEN CARSON (Presidential Candidate) – Did you know that presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson almost stabbed someone when he was younger? In our exclusive podcast author interview with Dr. Carson he reveals the stabbing incident that changed his life forever, and how he became a devout Christian at the age of 14.

Dr. Carson is the famous author, neurosurgeon, and is currently the leading 2016 Republican presidential candidate. He discusses his new book, A More Perfect Union: What We The People Can Do To Reclaim Our Constitutional Liberties, his faith, and the incident that changed his life forever.

He first came to prominence as a world-renown neurosurgeon who was the first to separate conjoined twins. He’s also been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and is a prolific bestselling author. His previous bestsellers include Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story and America the Beautiful: Rediscovering What Made This Nation Great.

Listen to our exclusive podcast author interview below with Dr. Ben Carson to hear the true story on how divine providence saved his life and began his remarkable life trajectory!

 

Note: Dr. Carson had written about the stabbing incident in his autobiography, Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story, but the Conservative Book Club was one of the first media organizations to interview Carson about the incident at the time of his rise in the 2016 Republican presidential primary, when many current GOP voters were not aware of the incident.

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